Studying in London
Based in the heart of London, the faculty benefits from close links with many of the capital's most renowned cultural institutions, including the British Museum, Shakespeare's Globe and the National Portrait Gallery.
Key London priorities for the faculty:
Current initiatives include:
Funded projects to date include the development of the faculty's Philosophy in Prison programme; the analysis of a new John Donne manuscript found in a trunk at Westminster Abbey; and the Strandlines project, a digital community dedicated to exploring lives on the Strand. Further information is available on the Arts & Humanities intranet pages (King's staff and student access only).
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Maximising the potential of London's cultural ecology
Working to improve oral health across London and within our local communities
Maximising our connections with legal London and supporting local communities
Educating the capital's healthcare professionals with the tools to transform lives locally
Working to better understand the mental health needs of London and Londoners
Connecting with London's business, finance and political communities
Bringing world-leading healthcare innovations to patients across London
Working in partnership to deliver scientific and technological advances in London
Collaborating with London's political and economic communities to inspire social change
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